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Honda to produce ‘full’ hybrid vehicles

But only for large vehicles? For some time a common topic on Hybridcarblog has been the need for Honda to develop a ‘full’ hybrid powertrain, such as found on a Toyota Prius or a Ford Fusion hybrid, that enables a hybrid vehicle to run purely on electric power. Well, Honda has confirmed that it is working on […] […]

Hyundai hybrids: Everything in place for greatness

In a class of its own? I’ve been very excited about the potential of Hyundai hybrid cars ever since Hyundai announced its lithium-polymer powered Hybrid Blue Drive at the 2008 LA Auto Show. According to many experts, Hyundai’s lithium-polymer technology might give Hyundai an edge in lithium battery production. And, now that the Hyundai Sonata hybrid is […] […]

Honda’s Hybrid Comeback: Hybrid Minivans and SUVs

Honda unveiled a sleeker more stylish Odyssey minivan concept at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show. New design elements could appear in the 2011 Odyssey. Within three years, Honda could produce a hybrid gas-electric version of the minivan. Honda is developing a hybrid system suitable for larger cars such as the Odyssey minivan the Pilot […] […]

Statement from Akio Toyoda Responding to Invitation to Testify Before the House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform

“I have received Congressman Towns’ invitation to testify before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on February 24 and I accept. I look forward to speaking directly with Congress and the American people.” Visit @Toyota ACCESS to receive your news via e-mail. Update your RSS feed preferences. […]

National Literacy Program Unveiled at Three Lincoln Schools

A national family literacy program was unveiled today at three Lincoln elementary schools. The program – funded by a $600,000 grant from Toyota – is coordinated by the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL). Visit @Toyota ACCESS to receive your news via e-mail. Update your RSS feed preferences. […]